ACJS Affirmative Action Awards
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2020 ACJS AFFIRMATIVE ACTION AWARDS

Deadline for all ACJS Affirmative Action Awards is October 15, 2019, unless otherwise specified.


MINORITIES AND WOMEN SECTION ESTHER MADRIZ STUDENT TRAVEL AWARDS

The Minorities and Women Section, of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences is accepting applications for the Esther Madriz Student Travel Awards. These two student awards are designed to encourage the participation of undergraduate and master's level racial/ethnic minority and women students in the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences and will permit two students to attend and make presentations at the 2020 ACJS Annual Meeting. Each award will be a maximum of $600. Recipients shall be required to submit receipts to receive reimbursement for their expenses.

List of Criteria

 

Application sent to:

Kimberly Dodson, Minorities and Women Section Chair

University of Houston - Clear Lake

dodsonk@uhcl.edu

 


MINORITIES AND WOMEN SECTION ROSLYN MURASKIN STUDENT TRAVEL AWARDS

The Minorities and Women Section, of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences is accepting applications for the Roslyn Muraskin Student Travel Awards. This student award is designed to provide deserving undergraduate and master's level women students with travel scholarships to participate in the Annual meeting and to make a presentation.  The award will be a maximum of $600. Recipient shall be required to submit receipts to receive reimbursement for their expenses.

List of Criteria

 

Application sent to:

Kimberly Dodson, Minorities and Women Section Chair

University of Houston - Clear Lake

dodsonk@uhcl.edu



DOROTHY BRACEY/JANICE JOSEPH MINORITY AND WOMEN NEW SCHOLAR AWARD

The Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Affirmative Action Committee is accepting applications for one award to recognize outstanding academic contributions by new minority and female scholars in honor of the first female and racial minority ACJS Presidents.  The award will be $1,000.  

List of Criteria

 

Application sent to:

Kareem Jordan, Affirmative Action Committee Chair
American University
jordan@american.edu


AFFIRMATIVE ACTION STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP MINI-GRANT TRAVEL AWARDS

The Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences' Affirmative Action Committee is accepting applications for two mini-grants targeted to racial/ethnic minority and women students for the purpose of promoting the involvement of all minority groups in the Academy. These grants will permit students to attend and present a research paper at the ACJS Annual Meeting in 2020.  Each award will be for a maximum of $600. Recipients are required to submit receipts to receive reimbursement for their expenses. While a nominee may submit a single paper for multiple awards, a single paper may only be the basis for one ACJS scholarship award in a given year.

 

List of Criteria

 

Application sent to:

Kareem Jordan, Affirmative Action Committee Chair
American University
jordan@american.edu


  

For a complete list of all the ACJS Award Opportunities click here.